“How many times a week do you hear that dreaded question —what’s for dinner? Well, how about you answer —a delicious three-course meal!”
Bob Evans Three Course Dinners are Perfect! Here’s Why
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It’s the never ending story, and I’m not referring to the 80’s kid movie, I’m referring to dinner time. Sitting around the diner table as a family is a very important part of our day, and even though most of the time we are tired from work, school, soccer practice or all kind of things life throws at us, dinner time is when we get to relax, replenish and enjoy each other’s company.
Like most families, things don’t always go according to plan, things come up and we have to eat out, and even though we try to watch our dinging out budget, boy do we love to eat at restaurants! Thankfully, I discovered the perfect place to have a healthy and delicious homestyle meal that won’t break the bank, and guess what —it includes an appetizer and a dessert!
I’m talking about the 3-Course Bob Evans Dinners. Yup, you heard it right. Bob Evans has helped me keep my sanity during my busiest and craziest days of the week when I just can’t get around to making the dinner that I and my family deserve. And it also keeps me from buying last minute junk food that is no good for anyone…
Going to Bob Evans to enjoy one of their hearty and flavorful classics has become a family favorite and the kids love to go about once or twice a month, and if you see their menu, you’ll know why.
With a wide variety of Slow-Roasted offerings like turkey and dressing, pot roast, and pork and mushrooms, you’ll quickly want to ditch your own crockpot at home in exchange for one of these. Though if you’re like me, then the Broasted Chicken Dinners are the perfect comfort food for a stressful and hectic day. In fact, the crispy on the outside and juicy on the inside chicken will make you forget all about it!
During our most recent time to Bob Evans I had the Slow-Roasted Pot Roast, which is slow cooked for 9 hours is paired with yummy mashed potatoes, baby carrots, onions and warm and delicious beef gravy… It reminded me of my Grandma’s food! While Jerry had the chicken noodle soup which was very yummy, and the Broasted Chicken referenced above.
Of course, that’s not to say that the salad that I had a first course wasn’t good, but I just loved the Pot Roast more.
For dessert I enjoyed a Cinnamon Apple Blossom and Jerry decided to go a little healthier and order the fresh mixed-fruit platter. The kids also enjoyed a yummy and fun Piggy pancake!
All in all it was another delicious and memorable visit to Bob Evans, and although I love cooking at home, I can’t wait until we are back again!